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Supply and Procurement Section in the UNICEF Pakistan Country Office is responsible for overseeing all local and offshore procurement and logistics operations.

UNICEF’s procurement is guided by the organization’s priorities: child survival and development, basic education and gender equality, fighting HIV/AIDS and child protection.

All documents advertised by the Supply & Procurement Section in UNICEF Pakistan Country Office can be seen on this page. Please click on document number to download the advertisement. 


Document No / Title: LRPS-2017-9134837
Description: UNICEF is looking to enter into a non-exclusive Long Term Agreement (LTA) with a specialized institution for the Third Party Field Monitoring of Polio Eradication Initiative.
Additional Documents: 1. Visitors' Entry Form for Diplomatic Enclave, 2. Meeting Minutes
Closing Date: 23 October 2017

Document No / Title: LRPS-2017-9134238
Description: To provide technical backstopping to Provincial Institute of Teacher Education(PITE)-Education Department for Continuous Professional Development (CPD) of teachers in Baluchistan” as per the Capacity Development Plan for teacher training and Baluchistan Education Sector Plan (BESP) 2013-2018
Closing Date: 25 October 2017

Document No / Title: LRPS-2017-9135012
Description: Consultancy services to assess the extent to which MCW strategy fulfilled its intended objective of strengthening the delivery of routine maternal and child health services while at the same time improving access to the services to marginalized, excluded, conflict and disaster affected populations.
Closing Date: 25 October 2017

Document No / Title: LRPS-2017-9135180
Description: Establishment of Long Term Arrangement (LTA) with a professional research organization to undertake communication outreach and impact assessment for UNICEF’s mass media campaigns in support of Pakistan Polio Eradication Programme
Closing Date: 31 October 2017



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